The proportion of representatives in the College Board of the College of its different components (owner, teaching staff and students).
In the College, there is a Committee which represents the owner of the college, the teaching personnel and the students of the college. The Committee is consisted by the director or his representative, the deputy director, two members of the senior personnel, two members of the academic personnel and two members of the Students Union.
Duties and Responsibilities
To decide the policy to be pursued by the College.
THE GENERAL DIRECTOR (Executive Officer- Administration)
Will be directly responsible to the Chairman and shall assist him in the administration of the College.
He will chair those committees assigned to him from time to time, and shall undertake such other duties and responsibilities as assigned to him.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Shall be appointed by and shall be responsible to the General Director.
THE NICOSIA LIMASSOL, LARNACA AND PAFOS PRENCICT PRINCIPALS
The Principals shall be full time members of the Faculty,
THE FINANCE COMMITTEE
The Finance Committee shall operate under the Chairmanship of the Financial Director.
The membership of the Committee shall be as decided by the Board at Governors, but as all times shall include:
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Committee shall be responsible to the Board of Governors for:
THE HEAD OF DEPARTMENT (Course Coordinator)
Shall be a full time staff member
Students of all genders are entitled to be registered at the college, Cypriots or foreigners without discriminating on the race, color or religion. Any student who wants to register at the college must be a holder of a Higher Secondary School leaving Certificate or of an equivalent degree. The College accepts registration forms from all graduates of a six grade public or private institution of Higher Secondary School, regardless of the final graduation grade.
The language of instruction at C.D.A. College is both Greek and English depending on the Program of Study. For enrollment in English Speaking Programs of Study, students must provide evidence of proficiency in the English language.
The following are considered acceptable proofs:
If an applicant fails to provide acceptable proof of their English proficiency they will be required to take the College English Language Placement Test before registration. Students who fail the English Language standards of the College will be required to take English Foundation courses.
Foreign students are accepted on a full-time condition and are obliged to be present at the examinations organized by the College. The Registrar is responsible for all admissions at the College.
Discipline, Rights and Obligations.
Rights and obligations of the students.
The student must obey the regulations of the College and behave according to the behaviour code as it is formed by the College. The student must respect the institutions and the personal freedom of the others.
In detail students must